A remarkable lady who achieved a great deal in her long life, yet never forgot her humble roots here in Lochaber
Logan Barker and Dean Hutchinson are the brains behind L and D Adventures and the intrepid duo organised a fantastic event along the Caledonian Canal, at Banavie, to fundraise for local mental health and wellbeing charities
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And at last week’s virtual meeting of the community council, Mr Leaper said several consultations in recent years concerning developments along the canal had made it clear the strength of feeling in the community over such projects.
Councillor Allan Henderson (Caol and Mallaig), Interim Lochaber Committee Chair, said he was very pleased that these Town Centre funded projects have been agreed for Lochaber.
Unfortunately, due to Covid restrictions on mass gatherings, it has not been possible to organise the usual popular switch-on ceremony this year.
Prospective project sponsors are encouraged to learn more and can complete a form available on the council’s website and proposals will be considered at the Lochaber Committee on January 18.
Festive pole lights will be in position in both Banavie and Corpach soon and two trees will be in situ by Christmas.
The Highland Council has been allocated an additional £1,066,000 ring-fenced to stimulate local construction activity and support employment across Highland.
The class raised over £2400 for Macmillan Cancer Support as friends and family sponsored them through Justgiving.